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Engineering marvel, strategic position, research station and space observatory, Thule Air Base fulfills multiple missions where the winter sun doesn’t shine.
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Servicemembers who were killed or injured during the Fort Hood attack in 2009 will be awarded the Purple Heart.
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Hundreds of thousands of people gathered on National Mall for unique event to honor courage and sacrifice of America's troops.
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Heroes to Hometowns consolidated into Operation Comfort Warriors to combine resources and serve a larger population of veterans.
The Legion’s Department of Florida will hold its annual event at Tropicana Field to benefit its Heroes to Hometowns program.
California’s Heroes to Hometowns officials ‘arrive early and leave late.’
The Legion's Fifth District of Georgia coordinated an all-day fishing event to honor wounded warriors and commemorate the anniversary of 9/11.
American Legion Day at Tampa Bay's Tropicana Field gave a young vet a once-in-a-lifetime experience and brought awareness to the Heroes to Hometowns cause.
In Florida, a dedicated group of Legionnaires have big plans for the state's Heroes to Hometowns program.
Veterans and the general public are invited to St. Lous on March 10 for a free event on making homes handicap-accessible.
With its Wounded Warrior Program, the House of Representatives is offering veterans a chance to work on Capitol Hill.
The Legion’s Heroes to Hometowns Golf Classic raised funds for the Legacy Scholarship, improved H2H visibility, and built camaraderie among veterans.
Golfers are invited to Andrews Air Force Base to play in the Heroes to Hometowns Golf Classic - an event that directly benefits the Legion's Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Marine corporal Isaiah Schaffer returned from Iraq in 2005 with PTSD so bad he wouldn't leave his apartment. A service dog named Meghan changed his life.
To confront the challenges facing military families, a group of public and private sector leaders, including an American Legion representative, met in Jacksonville, Fla., last month for a discussion event.